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Modular Robotics’ production of Cubelets ramps up

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02 August 2013



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“We’ve made a lot of changes to our production line recently and each machine automates a task that we used to do by hand. Now we get vastly quicker and better results and can make thousands more Cubelets per week than before.”

John Payne‘s insight:

Boulder may not have all the fun stuff in robotics, but it certainly has a high concentration.  Besides Modular Robotics, there’s also Sphero (Orbotix) and SparkFun.  I guess the lesson is that if you want to do robotics in Boulder, make it something fun.

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John Payne





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